Assistant/Associate Professor of Health Psychology
The successful candidate will teach courses in applied health, clinical, social, and developmental psychology as well as research methods at both the undergraduate and graduate levels. Candidate is expected to establish a funded research program and train both undergraduate and graduate students in research techniques and engage in student advisement. Candidate is also expected to write proposals, publish in peer reviewed journals and work collaboratively with colleagues from psychology and/or related disciplines. Service to the department, College of Arts and Sciences and the university is required.